The Falconeer Heads to Xbox Series X as Launch Title

The Falconeer

Wired Productions and Tomas Sala have announced that their upcoming open-world air combat RPG, The Falconeer, will also be coming to Xbox Series X.

In the game, players ride on the back of a gigantic eagle as they explore the oceanic fantasy world of The Great Ursee. Engage in aerial combat against rival Falconeers, giant airships, and monstrous flying creatures.

The game will also be getting a special Day One Edition at retailers, which includes a sticker sheet, lenticular card, digital soundtrack, and digital art book. You can find the Xbox Series X trailer below.

You can find a rundown of the game (via Steam) below:

Generations of poisonous decisions and treason swirl in the deep, as factions collide.

Become the Falconeer and soar through the skies aboard a devastatingly powerful Warbird. Uncover secrets lost to the sea as you join or oppose different factions and clans scattered throughout The Great Ursee. Take advantage of multiple Falconeer classes with individual stats, weapons and warbirds that can be upgraded through winning battles, completing quests, discovering secrets, or applying Mutagens or Chants. Use ocean thermals and energy to dive, dodge, barrel-roll, and twist to gain an advantage.

The Falconeer is an open-world air combat game, featuring fast, brutal aerial dogfights and deep exploration of an incredible fantasy open-world set not only above the clouds, but also amongst the waves and down through the sunken, ocean depths.

About Tomas Sala
Tomas Sala is an independent game artist and designer as well as the co-founder of game studio Little Chicken Game Company. Tomas is best known to most gamers for his exotic Skyrim Mod series: Moonpath to Elsweyr, and has developed a unique visual style over the years that have helped turn helped turn games such as Rekt! (iOS/Switch), SXPD (iOS) and TrackLab (PSVR) into unique visual and interactive experiences

The Falconeer launches Holiday 2020 for Windows PC (via Steam), Xbox One, and Xbox Series X.

Image: Steam

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